Time for the February Newsletter
Your CCES Special Area Teachers Have News for YOU!
Visuals Arts at CCES
We have some exciting art news to share! Many of our first graders have artwork that will be featured in high profile locations throughout 2016.
Madi Dunham and Maddox Wright will be featured in Representative Jan Jones' office.
Ashwika Gandra, Philip Gassman, Kennedy Manning and Peyton Cansler will be featured in Mayor Lockwood's office.
Owen Emry, Kamryn Cavallaro, Fei Zheng, and Guillermo Guerrero-Fernandez will be featured in Senator Albers' office.
Keep your eyes open for the principal's newsletter where you can get a peek at all ten student artworks.
Congratulations to all our artists and their families!
We would like to extend a special thank you to our elected officials for supporting our young artists!!
Music at CCES
3rd Grade Concert: the CCES 3rd graders will be performing their concert “I Had An Old Coat” on Tuesday, March 8th at 6:30 PM. Students should to their homerooms between 6:00 and 6:20 to get lined up and ready. More information about the concert will be sent home soon.
To celebrate Music In Our Schools Month, Mr. DeStefano has created an interactive bulletin board. It is located between the two music rooms and across from the gym. Starting on Monday, February 22nd, a different question will be posted asking students to think of songs that remind them of certain people, places or events. For example, it might ask, “What song reminds you of your parents?” Students can write the song title and artist on a sticky note and post their answers on the bulletin board. Alongside their answers there will also be pictures of teachers with QR codes. Students can scan the QR codes and watch short videos of each teacher’s answers to the questions. Mr. DeStefano will even be tweeting out the questions on Twitter in case parents want to send in their answers. Just follow Mr. DeStefano (@MusicAtCCES) and look for #MIOSMatCCES.
P.E. at CCES
FEBRUARY IS HEALTHY HEART MONTH. WE ARE THRILLED TO BE SUPPORTING THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION TO HELP TEACH OUR STUDENTS AND FAMILIES HOW TO TAKE CARE OF THEIR HEARTS THROUGH JUMP ROPE FOR HEART.
JRFH IS A FUN EVENT THAT ENCOURAGES COMMUNITY SERVICE AND IS EDUCATIONAL. OUR STUDENTS ARE LEARNING JUMP ROPE SKILLS WHILE RAISING MONEY TO FUND LIFESAVING RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS. HEART DISEASE AND STROKE IS THE NUMBER 1 AND #3 DEADLIEST DISEASES IN OUR COUNTRY.
BE HEART HEALTHY:
1. BE ACTIVE: STUDENTS NEED 60 MINUTES OF MODERATE OR VIGOROUS ACTIVITY A DAY.
2. CHOOSE WATER OVER SUGARY DRINKS.
3. LIVE TOBACCO FREE
4. BE AWARE OF SODIUM: COMPARE NUTRITION LABELS AND CONSUME LOWER SODIUM FOODS.
5. EAT COLORFUL FOODS: TRY TO GET 5 SERVINGS A DAY OF FRUITS & VEGTABLES.